Andy Lee is a Welsh photographer that has started the trade more obsessively about ten years ago. His Blue Iceland collection takes the onlooker into a quest filled with overwhelming emotions and surprising reactions.Read More
Pawel Kucharski surrenders his spare time and his passion to his exquisite hobby: photography. A seeker of fleeting moments, trying to grasp what he considers to be transient, ephemeral: light, mood and atmosphere. Besides being featured in Foto Kurier, Digital Camera World and National Geographic, Kucharski has received recognition in several international competitions concerning photography, such as the Gold Medal and an Honorable Mention at the German International DVF - Photocup 2013.Read More
Lara Zankoul is a Lebanese conceptual photographer that first entered the photography scene in 2008. Graduating from the American University of Beirut with a Masters in Economics, Zankoul turned to photography as a way to escape the everyday life. She has been present at several local and international exhibitions such as the 2011 Women’s Art Exhibition (Lebanon) and the 2013 edition of the Festival Photomed (South of France). She has also won an award in the 2011 Shabab Ayyam Photography Competition.Read More
Brandt’s pictures of African wildlife are daring: he does not use a telephoto lens, but rather ventures up close to these untamed and dangerous animals. His photos are not purely documentary. Brandt wishes to translate the features of the animals, as well as their spirits, into the photograph.Read More
Marek Kiedrowski is a award-winning fine art landscape photographer born in Poland in 1963. With a love of the outdoors, passion for nature and a keen eye for capturing the perfect compositions to create absolutely stunning images, Makek's portfolio showcases a wide variety of landscape locations from the great Poland lakes, Czech Republic countryside's, Italian mountains or beauty of Greek coasts.Read More
The winners for the Open, Youth and National Award competitions of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards were announced today by the World Photography Organisation (WPO).
The following 40 winning breathtaking pictures have been selected from more than 70,000 entries from across the world.Read More
Little Big Porto is the latest project of two creatives Carol Maia and Joana Gaio. Joana Gaio is an award winning portuguese creative, who studied photography in Arvore and cinema at Escola Superior Artistica in Porto, while directing several movies such as Orange or The ambulance. Together with Caroline Maia, a brazilian designer widely published that sharpened her skills by studying fine arts, they decided to partner and focus their artistic synergies on a projects that re-evaluates the concept of an object.
Within The Little Porto the viewer have the opportunity to enchant their eyes, contemplate about the meanings while enjoying the wide variety of opportunities offered by object within unusual scales and scenarios such as destroying giant chocolate truffles, sailing into a multi-flavored jelly or being surrounded by colorful candies.Read More
Indonesian photographer Sukron Ma'mun (Ipoenk Graphic) captivates art lovers trough his wonderful & vibrant series of photos that capture the daily life of people living in rural side in the largest archipelago country in the world. Sukron Ma'mun photographic diversity goes from landscape, seascape and collages that defies imagination.Read More
The World Photography Organisation announced the finalists for the Professional, Open and Youth categories of the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards. The selection of pictures are worth 1,000 words and is bringing together the very best international contemporary photography, the shortlist offers a unique insight into 2012 through the eyes of some of the world’s best emerging and established photography talents.Read More
Enrique Pacheco is a professional cinematographer from Spain. He has been working in video production for more than 10 years, but Enrique’s career changed when he moved to Iceland. There he started to specialize on time-lapse and DSLR cameras, exploring the raw landscape of Iceland and shooting some of nature’s most volatile subjects, such as active volcanoes, glaciers, waterfalls, and the traditional culture of Iceland.Read More
Alexander Semenov graduated as a marine biologist from the department of Zoology at Lomonosov’s Moscow State University in 2007. Specializing in the study of invertebrate animals, he began his working career at the White Sea Biological Station (WSBS) as a senior laborer and progressed to become chief of the diving team after four years.Read More
Elvina Mae Farkas, called Elly by her friends and family, is only 22 years old, but her photography has been around for a few years already. The self-taught fashion and portraiture photographer from Melbourne, Australia has been a freelance photographer since the age of 16, and the years of experience have proven to be very beneficial. The unique style and vision of her photography are evident from image to image in her impressive portfolio. Her photographs vary from formalistic color pallets and tones that could be taken from a dream to stripped down and purely expressive natural portraits. To say that her success and body of work at just 22 years of age is impressive would be an understatement yet unsurprising—since moving to Melbourne in 2009, she has shot on location for clients in Singapore, Australia, and across Europe. She is a consummate professional and a passionate artist, as the interview below will illustrate. As she prepares to launch her new media and marketing venture, Anue Management, alongside her creative partner, Lucas Malone, there is still much to look forward to from the talented young woman.Read More
Paul de Luna left Southern California to explore the world after completing a degree in English Creative Writing, as an unexpected result of his globe hopping he became involved with the fashion industry. His involvements lead him to travel for the next decade, extending and enhancing his storytelling skills with the addition of imagery.Read More
The winners of the internationally acclaimed Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition were announced amid much excitement at a gala awards ceremony at the Natural History Museum in London.
Now in its 48th year, the competition attracted more than 48,000 entries from 98 countries, with Paul Nicklen’s Bubble-jetting emperors, a spectacular image of the chaotic underwater world of emperor penguins at the edge of the Ross Sea, Antarctica, claiming the overall title of Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year.Read More
Gabor Jurina is a commercial beauty and fashion photographer whose style is "warm, crisp and unmistakably luxurious". His work has been published in countless magazines all over the world, promoting some of the most recognised icons of the current age. The magazine covers include popular celebrities such as Rihanna and Katy Perry. Gabor's intimate work with models produces some fantastic, striking images that show how angle and perspective can be used to enhance the visual impact of a photograph.Read More
Christopher O’Donnell is a landscape photographer who has lived and worked near the coastlines of Maine for the past few years since leaving college. While he does shoot subject matter beyond what he has built his reputation on, his primary focus, his gift, is—and will remain—the ever-changing and breathtaking landscapes in and around Maine. One thing that his fans have noticed-and he touches on it briefly in the interview we had below—is that even when he shoots in the same location, no two images are ever the same. More so than that, each image he captures has its own life, its own personality, and its own powerful dynamic.Read More
National Geographic Traveler announced last week the winners of the 2012 Traveler Photo Contest. The grand-prize winner is Cédric Houin of Brooklyn, N.Y. He has won a 10-day Galápagos Photography Expedition for two with National Geographic Expeditions. His winning photo, “Butterfly,” captures a Kyrgyz woman and her daughter sewing with an old-fashioned-looking machine in a remote region of Afghanistan.National Geographic Traveler announced last week the winners of the 2012 Traveler Photo Contest. The grand-prize winner is Cédric Houin of Brooklyn, N.Y. He has won a 10-day Galápagos Photography Expedition for two with National Geographic Expeditions. His winning photo, “Butterfly,” captures a Kyrgyz woman and her daughter sewing with an old-fashioned-looking machine in a remote region of Afghanistan.Read More
Based in Detroit, MI, USA, Brian Day gravitates toward urban, conceptual, and landscape themes. Inspired by masters of landscape, street, and conceptual work, Brian starts his adventure into photography 3 years ago and evolved quite dramatically in a unique black and white style featuring visual scenes with as few subjects as possible. Brian's legendary talent explores new opportunities for black-and-white imagery guiding the viewer's eyes trough lights, contrasts and visually stunning compositions.Read More
Michael Breitung is a landscapes and nature photographer showcasing some of the most beautiful scenes on our planet which will leave you either breathless or at times put you on the edge of your seat. His intimate, striking imagery is published frequently in Landscape Photography Magazine or german KWERFELDEIN, where he is also a regular contributor.
Here is his favourite quote about photography: "Photography is a human act and therefore subjective, a selective act and therefore interpretive. This makes it possible for photography to be an art, for photographers to achieve a personal style - and for the camera to lie." Arthur GoldsmithRead More